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2019-2023 Oregon Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan

The draft 2019-2023 Oregon Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) titled “Outdoor Recreation in Oregon: Responding to Demographic and Societal Change” and supporting documents are available for public review and comment. The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will accept comments until February 7, 2019.

Comments can be made through a comment feature below, by email: terry.bergerson@oregon.gov, or by mail to the Oregon Parks & Recreation Department, 725 Summer Street NE, Suite C, Salem, OR 97301-1271, Attn: Terry Bergerson. The draft Oregon SCORP plan is also available in a CD format by contacting Terry at OPRD by phone (503-986-0747) or email: terry.bergerson@oregon.gov.

 



If you have any questions regarding the draft review process, please contact Terry Bergerson by phone or email.

Oregon 2019-2023 SCORP Plan


Draft 2019-2023 SCORP Plan

The draft 2019-2023 Oregon Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan entitled “Outdoor Recreation in Oregon: Responding to Demographic and Societal Change”.

 

 

Oregon 2019-2023 SCORP Plan Support Documents

2017 Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Survey

The full report for the statewide survey of Oregon residents regarding their 2017 outdoor recreation participation in Oregon, as well as their opinions about park and recreation management.

2017 Oregon Resident Survey Aging Population Results

A summary of young old (ages 60-74) and middle old (ages 75-84) Oregon resident results from the 2017 Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Survey.

2017 Oregon Resident Survey Latino and Asian Resident Results

A summary of Latino and Asian resident results from the 2017 Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Survey.

2017 Oregon Resident Survey Families with Children Results

A summary of families with children results from the 2017 Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Survey.

2017 Oregon Resident Survey Low-Income Resident Results

A summary low-income resident results from the 2017 Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Survey.

2018 Oregon Parks and Recreation Provider Survey

A report for a statewide survey of Oregon public recreation providers to determine outdoor recreation funding priorities for OPRD grant programs and identify tope management issues and challenges faced by public recreation providers.

2018 Oregon Health Estimates for Oregonians from their Outdoor Recreation Participation in Oregon

This research report, conducted by Oregon State University’s College of Forestry, estimates the health benefits obtained by Oregonians from their participation in 30 outdoor recreation activities in 2017.

2018 Total Net Economic Value from Residents' Outdoor Recreation Participation in Oregon

This research report, conducted by Oregon State University’s College of Forestry, estimates the total net economic value for recreation participation in Oregon to Oregonians from their participation in 56 outdoor recreation activities in 2017.

2018 Oregon Demographic and Social Trends Analysis

This report, conducted by Portland State University’s Population Research Center, includes population estimates and projections for planning and grant program administrative purposes.

Alternative Funding Sources for a Non-Motorized Trails Fund

This report discusses a list of seven potential funding sources for a new non-motorized trails fund for Oregon which area addressed in chapter nine of the plan.

A Guide to Community Park and Recreation Planning for Oregon Communities

This guide is provided to assist units of local government in Oregon (cities, counties, special districts, ports and regional districts) with a small staff, or no permanent staff at all, in preparing a park and recreation plan for their jurisdiction.

Oregon Administrative Rules for Distribution of LWCF Funding

A set of procedures and requirements used by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, State Liaison Officer, when distributing federal Land and Water Conservation Fund monies to state agencies and eligible local governments, and the process for establishing the priority order in which projects shall be funded.

 Oregon Wetlands Priority Plan

The Emergency Wetlands Resources Act of 1986 requires each state SCORP to include a component that identifies wetlands as a priority concern in the state. The plan describes a brief history of wetland protection in Oregon, current wetland protection strategies, and a priority listing of regions / watersheds for wetland restoration / acquisition.